Toni's Review of So Sensitive By Anne Rainey ***4.5 Stars***

When Fear Crosses The Line
At first, the mysterious emails are flattering. But soon, Gracie Baron can't deny she has a stalker--and it's clear she needs protection...

Into Pure Pleasure
P.I. Wade Harrison admits that his friend's luscious assistant, Gracie, has been tantalizing him for months. So Wade jumps at the chance to offer her the personal protection she needs, free of charge. The only catch is, Gracie must agree to obey his orders--no questions asked.

The Answer Is Yes
Once Wade has Gracie alone, he isn't shy about letting her know what he wants. His fantasies involve erotic toys and a very willing partner--and that's just for starters. Gracie doesn't know what she wants, but Wade is hot and restless--and surrendering to his desires may be exactly what she needs...


I just adored “So Sensitive”. Fast paced, sensual and the relationship was actually believable. Top notch erotica!! You can’t help but read this book and think you want a little ex Special Forces with a side of PI.

Gracie Baron’s only love in her life died when grandmother passed away when Gracie was 10. Her mother walked away when she was very young and the only love her father showed was to the bottle. Now she has an admirer. This was not the kind of love Gracie wanted in her life.

Wade is ex Special Forces turned PI. Wade wanted Gracie from the first time he met her, well at least in his bed. After two months of her turning him down, he is done waiting. There is something about Gracie and he wants to find out what it is.

Gracie has been harassed for months and it’s not getting any better. In fact, it’s gotten a lot worse. Her admirer has taken it to the next level and made it physical. Wade is on the job, even if Gracie doesn’t like it. Gracie has wanted to take Wade up on his offers from the beginning. Hesitant to involve an innocent person, she has rejected him at every turn. Now the man she has been fantasizing about is protecting her. Problem is who is protecting her heart.

Anne Rainey has written a convincing storyline. While having a stalker is scary business, Ms. Rainey never took it over the top. She did an outstanding job keeping the identity of the person hidden for a long time. Though I would have enjoyed more cat and mouse or maybe even a few dead ends, I do understand the story had to wrap up. The final clue was smart, even though it seemed a bit too easy.

I enjoyed the chemistry between Gracie and Wade. I found it believable because they had the two months of interaction. They were not just meeting up and BAM they were lovers. Their relationship was a long time coming. Wade is a dominate lover, but it never seemed too aggressive. Gracie made a believable submissive. Their bedroom relationship seemed more “real life” to me. Very easy going, fun and exciting.

“So Sensitive” is book 1 in the Hard to Get series. While reading the interactions of the characters you were left feeling that supporting characters Cherry and Dante had a wonderful story to tell. I was pleasantly surprised that they do!! I’ll be checking out “Cherry on Top” in the anthology “Some Like it Rough”.

“So Sensitive” is a very enjoyable read. The warning on the back of the book that it is a REALLY HOT book is not exaggerated. Sit back and enjoy the ride. Oh Boy!! Is it a good one!

Thanks for reading! - Toni


Leanne109 said…
Awesome review Toni!
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Marilyn Baron said…
This is a great review and I especially like the main character's last name Baron. Ha Ha. Same as mine.

Marilyn Baron

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